Atticus Author News – October, 2017

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Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.


Robert Boucheron’s short stories and essays appear in Across the Margin, Bangalore Review, Chantwood Magazine, Coldnoon, Digital Americana, Entropy, Fiction International, Fiction Pool, Fictive Dream, Grey Sparrow, Honest Ulsterman, Hot Metal Bridge, Indian Review, Litro, London Journal of Fiction, Lowestoft Chronicle, New Haven Review, New Plains Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Origami Journal, Porridge, Poydras Review, Queen Mob’s Tea House, Tishman Review, and more. See his blog for links.

As seen on Atticus: “The Used Bookstore


George Drew’s new book of poetry, Fancy’s Orphan, is available from Tiger Bark Press. Poet Wendy Barker says: “George Drew’s newest collection, Fancy’s Orphan, offers poems that are often literary, with echoes of Heidegger, Keats, Frost, Yeats, and Rilke; yet they are never pedantic, but always sensually vivid and often deliciously, wryly, subtly humorous.”

As seen on Atticus: “Ruffin’s Rule


In 2017, Maggie Graber won a grant from the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund for Feminist writers, served writing residencies at Firefly Farms through Sundress Academy for the Arts, and at the Union League Club of Chicago Library with support from the Luminarts Cultural Foundation. She also had new poems featured or accepted in The Adroit Journal, Great Lakes Review, New Plains Review, (b)OINK, The Indianapolis Review, Weatherbeaten, Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Grimoire, Rogue Agent, and pacificREVIEW. Find out more about Maggie here.

As seen on Atticus: “Featured Poet Maggie Graber


Jolene McIlwain’s short story “Steer” was selected by guest editor Chauna Craig for Issue 113 at Press 53’s Prime Number Magazine, and her flash piece “Drumming” was published by The Cincinnati Review. Her essay “Tellers” (originally published at Words in Place) was published by Fiction Southeast.

As seen on Atticus:“Tiny Dots

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Dorothy Bendel is a writer, poet, and defender of the Oxford comma. She currently lives in Washington, DC where she continues to write, teach, and ingest alarming amounts of caffeine.

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